Fresh from the release of their classic rework ‘Freak Like Me’, popular production pair Black Caviar have unveiled their dancefloor-ready remix of ‘Make Up’, the hit single from Vice, Ava Max & global superstar, Jason Derulo, which has amassed over 4 million Spotify streams.
Fusing their mix with both light trap and moombahton flavors, the dynamic DJ duo add a real dancefloor-ready feel to the record, while maintaining the vocal tones of Jason Derulo and Ava Max. With the remix out now, the track follows Black Caviar’s recent release ‘What’s Up Danger’, the second single off of the movie soundtrack Spider-Man: Into the Spider verse.
Racking up almost 50 million Spotify streams in their career so far, Black Caviar – made up of Troy Hinson and Jared Piccone – have amassed widespread acclaim on account of their rich and driven blend of dance music, going on to produce official remixes for legendary DJ Tiësto R3HAB, and rising pop sensation Lizzo.
Supported across SiriusXM’s electronic channels, including BPM and Diplo’s Revolution, the duo recently hit the road to perform at gigs ranging from private parties in SiliconValley to clubs in Las Vegas, NewYork and Boston. In addition, they performed special sets over the summer at Electric Zoo in New York and Splash House in Palm Springs.
Rapidly making a name as one of dance music’s most dynamic and forward-thinkingacts, Black Caviar continue togarner plaudits globally, with ‘Make Up’ out now!